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If both the top and bottom elements are working then you may need to re-position the rack closer to the top element for even toasting. If there is only one rack position available then you may need to flip the bread and toast it twice.
Switch the over off at the wall and unplug it first. Remove the burning toast with steel tongs or something similar that wont burn you and place toast in sink in water to extinguish flames if there are any
Your oven should be okay to use again under the following circumstances
The toast was simply left in there too long, hence it caught on fire
There was only smoke or a very small flame and the interior of the oven was not blackened
If in doubt or the flames were of reasonable size, or the interior of your oven has been blackened with smoke, do not reuse the oven without getting it checked over by a licensed electrician. There is a risk that you may have overheated and melted some of the wiring.
its not repairable at any price . you have a bad thermostat , its soooooo common with this oven . asprie who makes this oven in china, then inports it with black & deckers name on it . has not made any parts for it , not even a wire shelf or a knob .....when something happens to it , you toss it in the trash .....